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Old 16-05-2009, 03:39 PM   #1
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T25 Can I fit rear seat belts?

Just bought a 1985 'B' T25 Caravelle with Autosleeper conversion, but only a single rear lap belt. Is it possible to fit 3-point inertia belts, or simpler, just additional lap belts.

If you know of anyone who can do this for me in the Birmingham area it would help.

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the mounts will be there iirc for two three points , one each side and a lap belt in the middle, if you have a full width seat/bead in the back should be ok be withh a 3/4 you will nly have one three point. also depends where the furnature is it could be covering up the upper mounts.

hope this helps perhaps if somone has a pic of ther t25 they could post it ti show you
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Old 18-05-2009, 07:39 PM   #3
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Many thanks.

If anyone has any photos showing the floor and pillar mounts, it would be much appreciated.
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If the anchor points aren't already there then it's a bit of a pig and might require removing a cupboard or two plus rear seats etc. There should be two small threaded plates under or just behind the rear seat about 5-6 inches in front of the engine access cover which you can bolt the storks to. Then, almost in line with those but at the side of the van should be where you fix the lower anchors. That takes care of the lap belt part of the seat belt system but you then need to anchor the belt real and top anchor to the rear inner quarter panels just behind the rear side windows (might need to remove cupboard if fitted). Have you got any pictures of the inside of the van? I can edit picture to show you more clearly.
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